Passion Unleashed

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Grand Central Publishing, Apr 1, 2009 - Fiction - 480 pages
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Serena Kelley is an archaeologist and treasure hunter-and a woman with a secret. Since she was seven, she's been the keeper of a powerful charm that grants her health and immortality . . . as long as she stays a virgin. But Serena isn't all that innocent. And when a dangerously handsome stranger brings her to the brink of ecstasy, she wonders if she's finally met the one man she cannot resist.


Wraith is a Seminus demon with a death wish. But when an old enemy poisons him, he must find Serena and persuade her to give him the only known antidote in the universe-her charm. Yet, as she begins to surrender to his seductions and Wraith senses the cure is within his grasp, he realizes a horrible truth: He's falling for the woman whose life he must take in order to save his own.

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User Review  - mitabird - LibraryThing

While I liked Passion Unleashed, I didn't enjoy it as much as the first two books in the series. It just didn't grip me right away and I wasn't as invested in Wraith and Serena. I liked them together ... Read full review

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User Review  - RozzieReads -

A woman who is a virgin, wears the fate of the world around her neck. This necklace can start the end of the world. If she looses her virginity, she loses the necklace. And she dies. Serena was bitten ... Read full review

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Larissa Ione is a contemporary and paranormal romance author. Before she started writing novels, she worked on some military and National Weather Service technical manuals and wrote articles for The Canine Journal, Dog Fancy, and Her works include The Demonica series and the Lords of Deliverance series. She also writes under the pseudonym of Sydney Croft with her collaboration partner, Stephanie Tyler.

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